Golden artefacts unearthed from ancient burial mounds built by Saka warrior people in Kazakhstan will go on display next month.
The museum is planning two days of live music, food, activities and more on July 24 and 25.
World’s first empathy artist puts ‘emotional connection’ at heart of community
Two thousand arts organisations across the country are benefitting from round two of the government’s £1.57billion fund.
Dr Rowan Williams among signatories in appeal over fossil fuel sponsorship
The work of self-taught British artist and mariner Alfred Wallis entranced Jim Ede, creator of Kettle's Yard. Now his collection is going on display.
City ambassadors are funded by Cambridge BID and delivered by Visit Cambridge
Fragile documents from Isaac Newton's notebooks to an ancient handwritten bible and Shakespeare's First Folio are now on Google Arts and Culture.
Many of the University of Cambridge’s museums are welcoming visitors back through their doors with new Covid-19 safety measures in place.
Buried within scrolls that record court cases of the 17th century is a story of a missing child, remains found in a pot and parents under suspicion.
Museum is set to reopen after a major project to restore the original buildings to their 1940s glory.
Open Cambridge is offering an online event this year and is asking for amateur videos and podcasts about the city
From the location of a cursed chair to the most vandalised painting in the world, Claire Cock-Starkey has collected the most fascinating museum facts
After weeks in lockdown everyone is a bit jaded with the morning Zoom call from work – but what if you could invite an aardvark to the meeting?
This year the festival's theme is Vision, covering new technology, the environment and advances in healthcare - plus a few impressive explosions